The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 25, 1956
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*-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, December 25, 1956 Algerian's Photo, Fort Dodge Fire Mrs Albert ftippcntrop, Mrs Albert Sleper and Mrs Ubbe Hoyes Mr and Mrs Th.orn.sen are at home on a farm near Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs 1 Russell TePaskc and boys of Humboldt wfcr<? calling on friends hore Saturday. The Mcsdames Guy and Robort Beernt'r visited the former's niece, Mrs Orville Hartwell in Albert Lea Monday. Dai-lone Strosbel is recovering nicely from an appendectomy Thursday i>l Buffalo center. Saturday for Chicago where she will spend the holidays with Mr <ind Mrs Victor Mansmith and family, the Melborn Mansmiths of Blue Island and with Mr and Mrs Frncf Hartman of Crete, 111. Mr and Mrs Guy C. Giddingp- rrceived v/ord Friday of the death of a grandson in Texas. The ! 3-year old son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Hausaur of Lubbuck Texas, died of accidental guji shot v/ounds inflicted while hunting. Mrs liausaur i:; the fofmcr Aerial By Mrs Jessie Rash An Algona boy, Gordon Ireland, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Ireland is official photographer for television station KQTV-Fort podge. Pictured above is one of the photos he took during the recent $750,000 fire in Fort Dodge which wiped out a portion of a main business block in that "city. Gordon has been with the TV station for about six weeks now, and is doing a splendid job. (UDM engraving) By Mrs Jerry Heetland • Mr and Mrs Burdettc Hoepp ncr were hosts to tho Farm Bureau Christmas party Friday ni-ght. The enjoyable evening was spent at games and visiting. A family Christmas parly for Circle mernbsr.s was hold Thursday evening in the Presbyterian church parlors. A vary large crowd enjoye'd a pot luck suppas at G:30 followed by a Christmas- film and enrols led by Mrs John V/. Cock. Rev. HarJan Krusw gave the devotions. The Lutheran Ladies Aid and Women's Missionary Society held their Christmas parly Wednesday afternoon in the Parish Hall. Christmas carol.? were sung by the group. Scripture and Prayei by Re%'. Mienecke, solos by Virginia Blomster. Mr and Mrs John E. Smith lefi Thursday by train from Perry for Stockton, Cal. where they will spend a month with their son Drr'Wiiliam Smith and family Their son Jen, who is in Forl Ord will also be able to join them for a short furlough. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortrnan \yere tast weekend visitors in tht Twin Cities. Mr and Mrs E. A. \Vortmar, were Sunday dinner guests of Mi and Mrs Irvin Pingel of Forl Dodge. The Mcrclanics Marian Krusc and V/. D. Ley visited Mrs Russell TwPaske in MuinbokU l-'rida\ afternoon.' The Farm Bureau Homemakers hc'ld their Christmas party Friday nfternoon at the home of Mrs Russell Winter. Mrs Vernon Smith was co-hc-stoss. The pro-, gram committee Mrs C. A. Gut- knocht and Mrs Elmer Paulsen presented a Christmas program. •M«sr>*L4iren-.- Barrett of Def.- Moines' visitccl with her family several days the past week. The Messcrs and Mesdame? Mike Christ Sr. and John Rocif- se-ma attended the 40th wedding anniversary dinner for Mr am Mrs Leo Frasmar at Elmore, Dec 2. Mr Frasmar is a brother ot M<s Christ. Robert Price, son of Mr and Mr.' Louis Price, is stationed at Fo;-t Leonard Wood, Mo., for his basic '.n'inin?. Robert was a 195f graduate from Ine local school The infant son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Boeckman was baptized Joseph Edward at St. John's Cath olic church in Bancroft. Sponsors wort; Mr and Mrs Albin Kcyser Jos:;ph was born Jvjv. 23. Mr and Mr.- Ch:uv?s Gutknc-'.'hl held a closing out farm role \Ved- ncsclay. They will continue tr live on their farm .but the form land has b^en rented to Jrvnr Cc'i-•.-ciiman w)-,o with his family will move into another house ui-. thu farm. Mrs Larry Thomson, ne'e Lnr . rj;ine Gallagher, was honored willi a shower at t!is Nick Thornsen home, Dec. 1. Hostesses were John Pattefrfim w.-u .s;vcr. years old, Dscembor !\ ; : n:i honoring the d?.y his r.vilhLM-, Mrs M.H\ Fatter-on, e n t e r t a i n e cl :'rj-»'.ri.- u 1 tin U' h"".it.- h..f.<nla^ A!.:cnd,n r ' \vtro Iviicha'.! ii i :n. Hogrr Grah-:m, SU Grubb. io:nn-iv Lichlt-;-. Di t-Inppus, Clint and Cathy P.Mli'f- son and Bohby ;?n:i 3u?r.n Patterson. Roberta Hamilton a.5Si.;te.d with games and ireivin:,; lunch. Mrs C'.u-.-i St^w a :>• impahiert t!v.- Wiliord Stown of ll-imboldt to'a ]•'!:>. \V!H--VJ nho wll] sp;.:nd Chri:it.maa with the Donald Stow.-;. Vi'its wore innrio (.•nroutt with Mr and Mrs W.-.i'.-rr Koch _.iifn.£!o a.'r.l with the C. C. Parish family and the JVTcAtec.'* at Louisville, 'Ky. Mrs Berthn Mansmiih Sales Lack 14% Of Quota Sales of United States savin? b.nuis in Kos.3uth county during November sent the county to within H percent of its quota for •.he- vent, according to figures re- 'ease 1 by chairman G. D. Snuin \v;:y Sa'.utd?y. Total sales to da!e in Kossuth havj .-'.mounted to $1,473,815 ! ;in.>ut $1-15.0^') short of the uoa; ' if l;\--i. The couniy's St> por- ; v-ont iij : ,'.'.'.'c riVi-chcs th" ,si,-] f ' i u,-.!a percentage exactly. Al!iv;.it Sl'54.000,000 worth of bonds h;ive been purcnnsc;a uy ijv,.cui. Purchases and percent of quotas Buttermaktr At Lakota Injures Back, Hospitalized Lakota — Ray Albers was in the Blue Earth 'hospital several days and Monday Mrs Alb*rs took him fo Minneapolis. Ray, the local buttermakcr, hurt his back while lifting n tub of butter and So far has beett uable to find relief or exactly what is the trouble. ' '< Mer.riwhile Dick Wienk-auf. cream Hauler, has bsen doing the „*. Buffalo Centef doifrg the ehurhintf. Earl Paulsen has been driving the truck on«the milk route. 63 More Join Boys 4-H Clubs Sixty-three new members joined the 22 boy's 4-H clubs of the county during October and November. Clubs enrolling new members were Union, 11; Swea-Harrison, 9; St. Joe Trojans, 8; Ramsey, 8; l-Mum Creek. *; Algona, 5; Eagle. 2; Fenton, 2; Lakota. 2; Letts Creek, 2; Portland, 2; Burt, 2; Lu- Verne, 1; Wesley, 1; and Whittemore, 1. Tlie Swfea-Harrisott club led by Cecil Thoi-esoh of Sw6ii City is ho\v the largest club in the -county with 41 members. The fastest growing club is the Union club with 33 members. Other clubs with over 25 members are St. Joft club with 32 members, Ramsey 30 and Gfeenxvood 27. * i>y coun- . . 1 ties in this area includ" 5> ..i^,f)87, 77 percent; Hancock, S.975,473, 94 percent; Humboldt, *;S33,473. 88 percent; Puio nuu, SG03.053, 53 percent; and Winne- br.cco, S923J76. 92 percent. ' WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Christmas It *dd$ much to the enjoyment ol the season to extend to our friends and customers Our best wishes for a MERRY CHRISTMAS . . . A HAPPY NEW YEAR I 61st Christmas BUILDING MATERIALS - FUEL <Wt'<l MU lo aU oat wiik to all: a full of joy and cjLadne.ii! At this season we extend to aD PUT friends and customers the warmest greetings of the Christmas Season* HOTEL ALGONA Caffe S Mr Ed Boss, Boss Hotels and Mr and Mrs R- McColdrich and Staff Servina Since 1395 ^i'™'"^ 11 '"" 1 ^ 111 ''™ ' ]? Illinois' first slate capital new lies under water. The village of Kackaskia. founded by a group of Jesuifs in 1703, gradually disappeared under encroaching wa- tur3 ot the Mississippi after the capital was moved to VandaHd in 1820. IF tTT3 MEWS — WE WAMT If ^tW»^«t^^ cit Christmas - ilme and for The New Year To Come 107 Heckart Sireet Algona, Iowa •v,.'* SEASO-N'S GREETINGS And Best Wishes To The Comnrvjnity From The Management and Employees of <Q5 Diagonal Strcot Alrj-na, low;i Authorized FORD Rscondifioners

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